Lycée Lyautey (Casablanca)
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Lycée Lyautey is a French Lycée belonging to the French Mission in Casablanca, Morocco. It was named after Marshal Louis Hubert Gonzalve Lyautey who was the Resident General in Morocco from 1912 to 1925.
Lycée Lyautey is not only the most multicultural but also the most competitive school in Morocco. 96.51% of the class of 2008 passed the baccalauréat général (L, ES and S), where the French national average success rate was around 83.3%. 13% of the students passed the French baccalauréat général with the highest honours.
The Lycée also offers vocational and technology French Baccalaureates, which allows student to be more specialised in specific fields and be quickly inserted in the job market right after the successful completion of their Baccalaureate.
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The current Lycée Lyautey building started construction in 1959 and opened in November 1963.
- French literature
- Earth sciences and Life sciences
- Visual arts
- Social sciences
- Music (only for the classes of sixth and fifth grades)
- Optional subjects:
- Courses of the second cycle:
- David Galula, French military officer and scholar
- Gad Elmaleh, humorist and comedian
- Jean Reno, comedian (real name Juan Moreno y Herrera Jiménez: www.imdb.com/name/nm0000606/)
- Fouad Laroui, economist and writer
- Laïla Marrakchi, movie director and director of Marock
- Mehdi Ben Barka, politician
- Mahdi ElMandjra, futurist, sociologist and economist
- Driss Chraïbi, Moroccan writer
- Philippe-Joseph Salazar
- Sidney Toledano, President and Chief Executive Officer of Christian Dior Couture
- Eric Besson French minister
- Just Fontaine, French football player and manager
Ali Benmakhlouf, philosopher, writer and professor
- Abigail Assor, journalist
- "SOUS LE PROTECTORAT." Lycée Lyautey. Retrieved on July 13, 2016. "Le Lycée actuel(1959) : Dès juillet 1959, débutent les travaux de construction du nouveau lycée qui sera situé boulevard Ziraoui, dans le quartier Bourgogne, sur un vaste domaine de plus de cinq hectares, à l’emplacement de l’ancien camp militaire Turpin. Le nouveau Lycée Lyautey est inauguré en novembre 1963."
- "Le maréchal Lyautey." Lycée Lyautey. 12 June 2006. Retrieved on July 13, 2016.
- Just Fontaine
Much of the content of this article comes from the equivalent French-language Wikipedia article, accessed May 29, 2006.